Forza Horizon 4 - Colour Creation Database (CONSTANT WORK IN PROGRESS)

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McLaren Cerberus Pearl: Which Version Should be Added to the Spreadsheet?

Poll closed Apr 29, 2020.
  1. JaCor653: Base - 0.72 L, 0.71 L, 0.97 R/Highlight - 0.11 L, 1.00 R, 0.96 R (Two-Tone Polished)

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  2. Mitcho2001: Base - 0.63 R, 0.65 L, 0.98 R/Highlight - 0.08 R, 1.00 R, 0.99 L (Two-Tone Polished)

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  1. JaCor653

    JaCor653

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    I am back with more colors!

    Baltic Blue Metallic (Toyota)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base Color: 0.61R, 0.76R, 0.19R
    - Flake Color: 0.54L, 0.98R, 0.53L

    61a9203c-5b43-4d9c-9a55-0a95db01e037.jpg

    Anti-Establish Mint (Ford)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base Color: 0.41R, 0.52L, 0.51L
    - Flake Color: 0.36L, 0.33L, 0.89R

    Also known as Medium Peppermint.

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    Liquid Yellow (Renault)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base Color: 0.11L, 0.93R, 0.93L
    - Flake Color: 0.11R, 0.87R, 0.98R

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    Grabber Blue (Ford)

    Paint Type: Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.55L, 1.00R, 0.81R

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  2. Mitcho2001

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    Thanks, mate. I will admit that this is very time-consuming and I probably spend too much time working on it. That being the case, I’ll mention when I’ll be inactive and try to regularly come back and see how everything is coming along. :)

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    Avio Blue Metallic
    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Semigloss
    Base
    Hue:
    0.57 R
    Saturation: 0.29 R
    Brightness: 1.00 R
    Highlight
    Base:
    0.55 L
    Saturation: 0.47 R
    Brightness: 1.00 R

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    Marrone Colorado
    Paint Type: Metallic
    Base
    Hue:
    0.07 R
    Saturation: 0.55 R
    Brightness: 0.34 R
    Flake
    Hue:
    0.06 L
    Saturation: 0.59 R
    Brightness: 0.36 L

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    Sonoma Green Metallic
    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    Base
    Hue:
    0.34 L
    Saturation: 0.33 L
    Brightness: 0.31 R
    Highlight
    Base:
    0.26 R
    Saturation: 0.53 R
    Brightness: 0.47 L

    (Have to agree with everyone else: this is a hard colour to recreate. Might have to work on this one a bit...)

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    Grigio Vesuvio
    Paint Type:
    Metallic
    Base
    Hue:
    0.17 L
    Saturation: 0.01 R
    Brightness: 0.30 R
    Flake
    Base:
    0.81 L
    Saturation: 0.07 L
    Brightness: 0.37 L

    (Having a look into Noble Blue for the Maserati. Haven’t come across anything so far...)

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    Blu Lial
    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    Base
    Hue:
    0.66 R
    Saturation: 0.79 R
    Brightness: 0.96 L
    Highlight
    Base:
    0.05 R
    Saturation: 0.91 R
    Brightness: 1.00 R

    (I think I’m in love... :eek:)

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    F8 Green
    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    Base
    Hue:
    0.26 R
    Saturation: 0.57 R
    Brightness: 0.54 L
    Highlight
    Base:
    0.26 L
    Saturation: 0.40 R
    Brightness: 0.78 L

    Awesome! I’ll get these added when I get the chance.
     
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2019
  3. MadaraxUchiha

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    I got a few requests myself :eek:

    Atlantis Blue (BMW)

    Atlantis Blue BMW.jpg

    Atlantis Blue BMW 2.jpg

    Atlantis Blue BMW 3.jpg

    Atlantis Blue BMW 4.jpg

    Sonic Gray Pearl (Honda)

    Sonic Gray Pearl Honda Civic.jpg

    Sonic Gray Pearl Honda Civic 2.jpg

    Sonic Gray Pearl Honda Civic 3.jpg

    Quicksand (Toyota)

    Quicksand Toyota Tacoma.jpg

    Quicksand Toyota Tacoma 2.jpg

    Mango Tango (Dodge)

    Mango Tango Dodge Challenger.jpg

    Mango Tango Dodge Challenger 2.jpg

    Mango Tango Dodge Challenger 3.jpg

    Go Mango (Dodge)

    Go Mango Dodge Challenger.jpg

    Go Mango Dodge Challenger 2.jpg

    Thanks guys :) :cheers:
     
  4. JaCor653

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    @ClydeYellow made Atlantic Blue back in the Horizon 3 version of this thread. The values should be mostly, if not entirely, accurate.

    Atlantic Blue Metallic (BMW)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base: 0.59R, 1.00R, 0.58R
    - Flake: 0.53R, 0.90L, 0.92R
     
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  5. MadaraxUchiha

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    It's Atlantis Blue, not Atlantic Blue. I tried it in game and it's not the same :/
     
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  6. ClydeYellow

    ClydeYellow

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    Yeah, I don't know what kind of Weissbier they are downing at BMW, but giving two color chips such similar names is idiotic.

    I'll see if I won't manage to find some time to get a match for Atlantis Blue, but no promises.

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    BMW Individual Atlantis Blue (M)

    Base: 0.58R 0.98L 0.45L
    Flake: 0.52L 0.85R 1.00R

    As a bonus: I was applying Viridian green off @Mitcho2001's chart to the Vanquish Zagato, with the intention to replicate a car I spotted at the Turin Auto Show... And the tone seemed a bit off to me. So I reworked it a bit.

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    Aston Martin Viridian Green (M)
    Base: 0.47L 0.62R 0.55R
    Flake: 0.47L 0.62R 0.55R
     
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  7. Mitcho2001

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    Well, that is a lot of requests! But that shouldn’t be a problem. I’ll see if I can get to work on them tomorrow.

    To be honest, pretty much all of the first lot of colours I did need a rework. I’ll may end up replacing the pre-existing values with what you’ve done. Also, those Atlantis Blue values will be added.
     
  8. JaCor653

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    Wait, I'm confused. Atlantis Blue as you've recreated it here looks an awful lot like Atlantic Blue as you recreated it in the FH3 version of this thread. The people who requested both colors used the same image for both colors' requests.

    Referring to that article about the guy whose M3 was painted the wrong color, Atlantic Blue is supposed to be a lighter paler blue.

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    Don't take this personally, but I think you should revisit Atalntic Blue Metallic.
     
  9. CVPI93

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    Would anyone be able to recreate Arancio Argos? I'd like to put it on my Aventador J. Thank you!
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  10. ClydeYellow

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    Oh, wow. What a story. It was indeed Atlantis Blue! But it appears that my research wasn't sufficiently thorough and I got the color names mixed up back then. I now remembered how I came to the values for "Atlantic" Blue, and I am not surprised they are so similar to the ones I've found two years apart for Atlantis Blue, because I used the same image as a reference, and the same technique to extract the color.

    Will the real Atlantic Blue please stand up? :lol:

    As a way of an apology for this eff up, I'll get Atlantic Blue done, hopefully soon.
     
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  11. MadaraxUchiha

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    The Atlantis Blue you did for Forza Horizon 3 had something off about it. I tried it on my BMW the other day and it didn't look right. However, the new values you've done are the exact color, and you definitely hit it out of the park with this one, so the new one is what should be entered in the chart. I have the new Atlantis Blue on my BMW M4 and I absolutely love it :)

    Also, what technique do you personally use to extract the colors?
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2019
  12. JaCor653

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    Arancio Argos (Lamborghini)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base Color: 0.01L, 0.96R, 1.00R
    - Flake Color: 0.06R, 0.91R, 1.00R

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    Panther Pink (Dodge)

    Paint Type: Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.91R, 0.71R, 0.89R

    Labelled as Moulin Rouge for Plymouth models.

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    Competition Orange (Ford)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.04L, 0.98R, 0.89R

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    Grabber Lime (Ford, 1970s)

    Paint Color:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.22R, 0.61L, 0.82L

    eeba57aa-a218-4a96-8ef2-c426cc21ad18.jpg

    Grabber Lime (Ford, 2020 GT500)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base Color: 0.21R, 0.93R, 0.71L
    - Flake Color: 0.19L, 0.78R, 0.88L

    e91b0b47-9291-4e82-9cc7-b51e59b38594.jpg
     
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  13. MadaraxUchiha

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    I did a Grabber Lime (2020 GT500) of my own, but it looks nothing like yours. Interesting. Also, the one I did isn't metal flake, it's a normal (gloss) paint. I wonder what picture you used as a reference. I'll have to take pictures of mine and show you. The Grabber Lime reference I used are these, and these are how it *actually* looks in person:

    Grabber Lime Mustang.JPG

    Grabber Lime Mustang 2.jpg

    Grabber Lime Mustang 3.jpg


    When I use the one you provided, it ends up looking like this, which I think is the reference you used:

    Grabber Lime Mustang 4.jpg

    Grabber Lime 5.jpg
     
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  14. JaCor653

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    This is the image I used.

    2020-Shelby-GT500-Grabber-Lime-Front-End-720x340.jpg
     
  15. MadaraxUchiha

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    So as you can see, there are two types of Grabber Lime for the 2020 GT500. The one that is metallic, like yours, and the one that is glossy, how it appears in person, which is the one I made.
     
  16. JaCor653

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    From what I've read, Ford produced the metallic version as a limited edition sort of thing for St. Patrick's Day.
     
  17. Gotbeefboy564

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    Here’s a few more pictures in the sun of it
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  18. Mitcho2001

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    Righty-ho! Those have been added to the sheet, with some being replaced with these more accurate values. Seeing as there's a bit of discussion about the new Grabber Lime, I'll have a look into that tomorrow when I'm on and working on more requests.
     
  19. MadaraxUchiha

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    Here are some more colors that I've done :)

    Grabber Lime (Ford, 2020 GT500)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.23L, 0.35R, 0.88L

    Grabber Lime Mustang GT.PNG

    Grabber Lime Mustang GT 2.PNG

    Shock Yellow (Chevrolet)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.18R, 0.40L, 1.00R

    Shock Yellow Camaro ZL1.PNG

    Shock Yellow Camaro ZL1 2.PNG

    Voodoo Blue (Toyota)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.59L, 1.00R, 1.00L

    Voodoo Blue Camaro ZL1.PNG

    Voodoo Blue Camaro ZL1 2.PNG

    Beryllium Copper (Ford)

    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    - Base: 0.15L, 0.99L, 0.99L
    - Highlight: 0.06L, 1.00R, 0.94L

    Beryllium Copper Mustang.PNG

    Beryllium Copper Mustang 2.PNG

    Mystic Chrome (Ford)

    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    - Base: 0.50L, 1.00R, 0.40L
    - Highlight: 0.85R, 0.51R, 0.32R

    Mystic Chrome Mustang.PNG

    Mystic Chrome Mustang 2.PNG

    Sonoma Green (Audi)

    Paint Type: Two-Tone Polished
    - Base: 0.35L, 1.00R, 0.27L
    - Highlight: 0.47R, 0.98R, 0.41L

    Sonoma Green Audi.PNG

    Sonoma Green Audi 2.PNG

    Hyper Green (Jeep)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.18L, 1.00R, 0.87L

    Hyper Green Jeep Wrangler.PNG

    Hyper Green Jeep Wrangler 2.PNG

    Xtreme Purple (Jeep)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.69R, 0.56R, 0.70L

    Xtreme Purple Jeep Wrangler.PNG Xtreme Purple Jeep Wrangler 2.PNG

    Hydro Blue (Jeep)

    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    - Base: 0.53L, 0.74R, 0.98R
    - Highlight: 0.56L, 1.00R, 0.77R

    Hydro Blue Jeep Grand Cherokee.PNG

    Hydro Blue Jeep Grand Cherokee 2.PNG

    Kaikoura Stone (Land Rover)

    Paint Type:
    Metal Flake
    - Base: 0.08L, 0.14L, 0.67L
    - Flake: 0.07R, 0.14L, 0.67L

    Kaikoura Stone Range Rover.PNG

    Kaikoura Stone Range Rover 2.PNG

    Spectral Racing Red (Land Rover)

    Paint Type:
    Two-Tone Polished
    - Base: 0.97L, 0.85R, 0.84L
    - Highlight: 0.03L, 0.75R, 0.86L

    Spectral Racing Red Range Rover.PNG

    Spectral Racing Red Range Rover 2.PNG

    Azzurro Dino (Ferrari)

    Paint Type:
    Normal (Gloss)
    - Paint Color: 0.56L, 0.95R, 0.87L

    Azzurro Dino Ferrari.PNG

    Azzurro Dino Ferrari 2.PNG
     
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  20. SidW7

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    Hi guys, I'm new to the forum. You all are doing an amazing job so thanks very much.

    I've been going through the pages and all the spreadsheets but actually can't find the original Senna color. Apparently it's called vision victory grey
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    If anyone can help with it.

    Thanks a lot!
     

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  21. JaCor653

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    From what I can tell, this color is already on the car in the game. It does look quite blue, but so do most of the images of this color. It's the color this car is painted in the Autoshow thumbnail.
     
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    Yes indeed, it's the original color of the car and the color they use for the game poster. Unfortunately it is only available on the Senna and I wanted to use it on another car
     
  23. JaCor653

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    Well, then, here's what you do:
    1. Enter the "apply decals" booth.
    2. Select any vinyl shape.
    3. Use the color sliders to adjust the color of the decal until you can't tell where it ends and the car's paint begins. That is the color.
     
  24. Nacho Libre

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    My best values so far for that McLaren Grey are:
    H:59 S:30 B:47 but maybe the better painters here can help! FH4 victory grey.jpg
     
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  25. ClydeYellow

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    The color in question is a metallic tint, will post sliders soon.

    Here it is. Replicated from photographic references and, wouldn't you know, it was just a couple ticks off the manufacturer option on the Senna. Looks better on the 720S, tho.

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    McLaren Vision Victory Grey (M)
    Base: 0.59L 0.30R 0.68L
    Flake: 0.57L 0.46L 0.44L

    Also, I finally got around taking some pics of BMW's Atlantic Blue and writing down the sliders. Not the most interesting or exciting color choice, but maybe it's to someone's taste?

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    BMW Atlantic Blue metallic (M)
    Base: 0.59L 0.53R 0.40R
    Flake: 0.56R 0.26L 0.87L
     
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  26. MadaraxUchiha

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    I need help guys :( I'm having a bastard of a time creating these three BMW colors:

    Velvet Blue

    Velvet Blue BMW.jpg

    Velvet Blue BMW 2.jpg

    Velvet Blue BMW 3.jpg

    Velvet Blue BMW 4.jpg

    Twilight Purple

    Twilight Purple BMW 2.jpeg

    Twilight Purple BMW 3.jpg

    Twilight Purple BMW 4.jpg

    Twilight Purple BMW 5.jpg

    Matte Red

    Matte Red BMW.jpg

    Matte Red BMW 2.jpg

    Matte Red BMW 3.jpg
     
  27. MadaraxUchiha

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    Since you did these colors for people, do you think you could give the colors I uploaded a shot? I've tried so many times and can't seem to get them right for the life of me :/ They're the BMW post I just did with Velvet Blue, Twilight Purple and that Matte Red. Also, if you're able to, could you try to recreate the ones I uploaded a while ago for Quicksand (Toyota), Sonic Gray Pearl (Honda), Mango Tango (Dodge) and Go Mango (Dodge)? Thank you very much. I'd also love to know what method you use for extracting colors.
     
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  28. SidW7

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    Thanks a bunch guys, It looks great on the 720s indeed, Just used it on mine
     
  29. SidW7

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    Thanks for this useful tips, never thought about doing it like that actually
     
  30. Mitcho2001

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    More colours have been added to the spreadsheet. Sadly I haven't had the chance to work on requests the past few days, but tomorrow is when I finally can get working on them! I'll put them up when they're done so I don't have to worry about potentially forgetting about them.
    I think this is the best one so far. That being said, your values are in the spredasheet. Nice job!

    If you ask me, those values for both colours look near (if not) spot on! There's a list of the other colours the Senna has available, so I reckon that could prove to be useful. In case anybody wants it, here it is: http://media.mclarenautomotive.com/en-gb/releases/533